A recent report says Idaho led the nation last year in workers' earnings growth. But the Idaho Statesman reports Idaho's ranking as having the biggest workers' pay increase in the nation isn't really all that impressive
Are your co-workers driving you crazy, or are you driving your co-workers crazy? We've got the results of a survey from Daily Mail on the three biggest things that make coworkers hate each other, and interestingly enough, they're barely even related to work.
LinkedIn just released the results of a survey on what people think will disappear from offices within the next five years.
And if people are right, offices in 2017 are going to have really modern technology, and a lot of people wearing jeans in giant rooms with absolutely no privacy. Here are the top 13 answers.
#1.) Tape recorders. 79% of people say they'll be gone within five years. Since, ya
I have a lot of friends who have their own business's and I think it is important to support them. That being said, I am pretty sure someone older and wiser once told me to never hire my friends because it will always turn out badly.
I saw a co-worker who had taken a sick day out shopping with a full cart of groceries. I have to admit, I was a little cranked that someone who called in "sick" was well enough to be strolling through Walmart and debating whether or not to get "chunky" or "creamy" peanut butter.
How would you handle this?